IN109
Upper Pindar Catchment in East Almora Forest Division


References

BirdLife International (undated) Important Bird Areas (IBAs) of Asia: Project Briefing Book. BirdLife International, Cambridge, U.K., unpublished.

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Dhar, U., Rawal, R. S., Upreti, J., Bhatt, I. D., and Joshi, B. (1999) Prioritiation of conservation sites in the timberline zone of West Himalaya. Report submitted to the Biodiversity Conservation Prioritisation Project, World Wide Fund for Nature. GB Pant Institute ofHimalayan Environment and Development, Almora, Uttar Pradesh.

Rodgers, W. A. and Panwar, H. S. (1988) Planning a Wildlife Protected Areas Network in India, Vol. I-II, Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun.

Rodgers, W. A., Panwar, H. S. and Mathur, V. B. (2000) Wildlife Protected Area Network in India: A Review (Executive Summary). Wildlife Institute ofIndia, Dehradun. Pp. 44.

Samant, S. S., Rawal, R. S. and Dhar, U. (1993) Botanical hotspots of Kumaun: Conservation Perspectives for the Himalayas, Himalayan Biodiversity Conservation Strategies. GBPIHED, Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital.

Stattersfield, A. J., Crosby, M. J., Long, A. J. and Wege, D. C. (1998) Endemic Bird Areas of the World: Priorities for Biodiversity Conservation. BirdLife International Series No. 7. BirdLife International, U.K. PP Sultana, A. and Khan, J. A. (2000) Birds of Oak forests in the Kumaon Himalaya, Uttar Pradesh, India. Forktail16: 131-146.

Further resources

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Upper Pindar Catchment in East Almora Forest Division. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 05/02/2023.